A little later than I expected (stupid real life!), here's the next couple of figures for Colonel Bill's.
Armed with a studded war club:-
Kanabō and the other related types of these club-like weapons were constructed out of heavy wood, or made entirely from iron, with iron spikes or studs on one end. One or both ends of the wooden type clubs could be sheathed in iron. Kanabō type weapons came in all sizes and shapes with the largest ones being as tall as a man and a two-handed weapon while the smaller lighter ones were primarily one-handed and the length of a forearm.
The shape could be that of a baseball bat with a thick heavy end tapering towards a slender handle or they could be straight all the way from the handle to the end. The shaft cross-section could be round (as in a baseball bat) or polygonal; that is, it might be multi-faceted with flat surfaces arrayed around the central axis
The kanabō was also a mythical weapon, often used in tales by oni (Japanese demon) since they were reputedly extremely strong. Today there is a saying in Japanese: "Like giving a kanabō to an oni"—which means to give an extra advantage to someone who already has the advantage (the strong made stronger). A western rendering might be "like adding fuel to a fire".
It has been said that one purpose of the kanabō type of weapons was to smash enemies' armour, bones and the legs of their warhorses. The art of using this cumbersome weapon, kanabō-jutsu or tetsubō-jutsu, consisted of a mastery of both balance and strength; it required great skill to recover from a miss with the heavy club, which could leave a wielder open to a counter-attack.
Figure #3:Armed with a glaive:-
Naginata for fighting men and warrior monks were ō-naginata. The kind used by women was called ko-naginata. Since the naginata with its pole is heavier and much slower than the Japanese sword, the blade of the ko-naginata was smaller than the male warrior's ō-naginata in order to compensate for the lesser height and upper-body strength of a woman than an armoured male samurai.
So there is only one more Steel Fist Miniatures model to make and paint from the original blister pack I was handed to work with from Stuart. Work begins on that today, hopefully to be completed and handed back when I see Stuart at some point next week.
Cheers for looking.